Gobustan National Park

The Qobustan National Park (. Compl azerbaijan Name: Qobustan Dövlət tarixi - bədii qoruğu; kyrill: Гобустан Дөвләт тарихи - бәдии горуғу; dt: . State Historical- Artistic Reserve Qobustan ) is a national park in Azerbaijan, immediately west of the village Qobustan, 50 km southwest of the center of Baku ( Baku city district Qaradağ and Absheron district ). He is especially known for its Stone Age rock paintings that were discovered here in the 1930s. In 1966 the establishment of the national park. The region covers an area of ​​approximately 44 km ², and it contains the surveys Böyküdaş Dagi (201 m) in the middle, Cinqirdağ (236 m ) in the north and Kiçikdaş Dagi (117 m) in the south.

2007 sites in the petroglyphs were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.


Rock painting: Fish, Horses

Rock painting: gazelles

Rock painting: " Yally " dance